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Marriage: Children:
  1. William C. Daniel: Birth: Bet 1792 and 1802 in Elbert County, Georgia.

  2. Frances Daniel: Birth: Bet 1792 and 1794 in Elbert County, Georgia. Death: Aft 1840

  3. Nancy Daniel: Birth: 1794 in Elbert County, Georgia. Death: 26 Sep 1857 in Madison County, Georgia

  4. Russell Jones Daniel: Birth: 1796 in Elbert County, Georgia. Death: 3 Jul 1880 in Jackson County, Georgia

  5. Lucinda Synthia Daniel: Birth: Bet 1800 and 1804 in Elbert County, Georgia.

  6. Mary Ann Daniel: Birth: Bet 1800 and 1810 in Elbert County, Georgia.

  7. James Woodson Daniel: Birth: 1807 in Elbert County, Georgia. Death: 5 Mar 1859 in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia

  8. Elizabeth Daniel: Birth: 1811 in Madison County, Georgia. Death: Aft 1870 in Cobb County, Georgia

  9. Allen C. Daniel: Birth: Feb 1812 in Madison County, Georgia. Death: 14 Mar 1892 in Elbert County, Georgia

  10. Person Not Viewable


Sources
1. Title:   1830 Madison County, Georgia, Census
 Madison County Cemetery Book
 Our Family, the Daniels
 Historical Sketches: Presbyterian Churches and Early Settlers in Northeast Georgia
 History of Elbert County, Georgia,
 Daniel/Gholston/Jones Family History
 <i>Our Southern Ancestors</i> [Online]

Publication:   [primary source] Danielsville, GA, 1830. [Ancestry.com electronic database: images of original documents]
 [primary source] Danielsville, Georgia: Madison County Heritage Foundation, 1986.
 [secondary source] 1967
 [secondary source] Athens, GA, University of Georgia Press, 1960; Third Printing by Madison County Heritage foundation, Danielsville, GA, 1988
 [primary and secondary source] Elberton, GA
 [primary and secondary source] Lebannon, TN, 1999 charles.meadows@nashville.com
 [secondary source] Gateway Press, 1985 (out of print). Web site Compiled from 1978-2009 edited and updated on February 7, 2009. URL: (http://www.oursouthernancestors.com)
Author:   Smith, Clifford Daniel, and Fern Gholson Daniel
 Cartledge, Groves Harrison, author; compiled by Jessie Julia Mize and Virginia Louise Newton
 McIntosh
 Meadows, Charles R., Compiler
 Prince, Thelma Faye Cain, Compiler, Aauthor & Webmaster
Address:   Diane C. Bradford 2265 Stratmor Drive Stone Mountain, Georgia 30087-1158 DeKalb
AddressaddressLine1:   2265 Stratmor Drive
Phone:   770-491-3926
Givenname:   Diane C. Bradford
AddressaddressLine2:   Stone Mountain, Georgia 30087-1158 DeKalb
Name:   Diane C. Bradford
RepositoryId:   R66
Addressname:   Diane C. Bradford
Note:   [Charles Meadows was a descendant of the Daniel, Gholston
 [A compilation of historical and biographical sketches of p
Note continued:   , and Jones families of Madison County, Georgia.]
 eople in the frontier Presbyterian communities of northeast Georgia.&nbsp; Many of these sketches were printed in church periodicals during his lifetime (Feb 15, 1820-Jul 5, 1899).&nbsp; He knew and/or ministered to many of the people mentioned in his sketches.]
2. Page:   Roll: M19_19;&nbsp; Image: 0197;&nbsp; Line: 17;&nbsp; Page: 361
3. Page:   p 252

Notes
a. Note:   HI1002
Note:   (Research):37090-3797 Feb. 2, 1994&nbsp; letter: General Allen Daniel "served as a Major General of Georgia Militia during the War of 1812.&nbsp; His job was defending the border from Indian attacks.&nbsp; I have a picture of the marker for Fort Daniel erected by the state of Georgia. BAS General Allen Daniel is buried in a pasture on the south side of Georgia highway number 281 from Danielsville to Royston, approximately 6 miles north of Danielsville. His grave is marked with a massive granite marker having Inscriptions for him and his wife.&nbsp; The road leads to a place long know as the Daniel's ferry at the Broad River, in Georgia Militia District 438.&nbsp; Moved to Georgia after 1785.&nbsp; Tax Receiver, Upper Battalion.&nbsp; Elbert Co., 1795 Member, Georgia House of Representatives Elbert Co., 1802-03 Extra Session Member, Georgia House of Representatives Elbert Co., 1803-04 Extra Session Member, Georgia House of Representatives Elbert Co., 1805 (resigned before Extra Member, Georgia House of Representatives Elbert Co., 1807-08 Extra Session Brigadier General, 1st Brigade, 4th Division, Georgia Militia, Dec. 8, 1807-Nov. Member, Georgia House of Representatives Elbert Co., 1808 Member, Georgia House of Representatives Elbert Co., 1809 Member, Georgia House of Representatives Elbert Co., 1810 Member, Georgia House of Representatives Elbert Co., 1811 Major General, 4th Division, Georgia Militia, Nov. 9, 1812 - Nov. 20, 1817 resig State Senator, Madison Co. 1812 State Senator, Madison Co. 1813 Justice, Inferior Court, Madison Co., Nov. 2, 1813 - Jan. 13, 1829 State Senator, Madison Co. 1814 State Senator, Madison Co. 1815 Member, Georgia House of Representatives Madison Co., 1821 Member, Georgia House of Representatives Madison Co., 1822 Speaker, Georgia House of Representatives, 1822 Member, Georgia House of Representatives Madison Co., 1823 Speaker pro tem, Georgia House of Representatives, 1823 Foreman of Grand Jury, Madison County, Ga. 1812, 1814, 1816, 1822, 1830 Juror, Madison County, Ga. 1812&nbsp; "Mrs. A. H. Strickland Bowman Ga., also states that this Allen Daniel is buried Danielsville." Mount Zion Methodist Church located on General Daniel's farm northeast of Danielsville.&nbsp; James D. Daniel was made Guardian of his father, General Allen Daniel, in 1832 b Inferior Court of Madison County, Ga. as his father was found to be mentally incompetent.&nbsp; Ran unsuccessfully for U.S. House of Representatives some time between 1816 and General Allen Daniel owned and operated a ferry, later run by his son (?).&nbsp; It was located near the bridge on State Highway 281 between Danielsville and Royston. CRM&nbsp; Allen Daniel was named for his father. To distinguish between the two, the father is called Capt. Allen Daniel and the son is called Gen. Allen Daniel.&nbsp; He was a Tax Receiver at 23 and a State Representative starting at 29 years old. He was in his 40's when he was a General in the War of 1812's and in his fifty's in 1822 as Speaker of the House.&nbsp; He was described in "HISTORICAL SKETCHES as "a man of intelligence and popular manners, and had represented Elbert county before the formation of Madison county and when the new county was made, the county seat was named in his honor.&nbsp; He sat in the state legislative of many years afterwards as the Senator of Madison." He was often the jury foreman (1812 to as late as 1830) and was a Justice of the Inferior Court as late as 1828.&nbsp; Despite this, records show he was found mentally incompetent in 1832 and his sons, Russell and James Daniel, were appointed Guardian.&nbsp; Russell posted a bond of $6,000 for his father and moved to his father's home where he lived until his father's death six years later at sixty-six years of age. He is buried in sight of the home in which he lived and died and where his wife lived until his death. It is a "100 yards to the right of the road. The unique stones of the rough native granite.&nbsp; It is thought they were cut by slave labor." Today the grave is in a small thicketed fenced area in the middle of a pasture on the south side of Georgia Highway 281. It is on the right hand side of the road about 6 1/2 miles north of Danielsville, Georgia Militia District 438.&nbsp; Their grave is marked with a massive granite marker having inscriptions. (About 8-9 feet tall). The road leads to a bridge about a 100 yards north of the old Daniel's Ferry on the Broad River


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